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At least 120 Chief Executive Officers in the country are expected to meet over one of Ghana's greatest socioeconomic challenges - jobs for the youth.

A one-day stakeholder forum organised by the National Youth Authority is expected to come off September 20 at the Alisa Hotel in Accra.

The CEOs and top government officials will deliberate on how to re-channel their corporate social responsibilities into a more focussed agenda to address unemployment.

CEOs from 32 banks, 24 oil-related companies, 20 big-name retail provisions companies and 16 automobile and airline companies, 10 mining companies, six pharmaceuticals and health services and five telcos will all have one agenda to mull over.

Chaos has engulfed the Computerised Selection Placement System Center at the Education ministry as angry parents have thronged the premises to secure last-minute placement for their wards before the process ends today.

Significant anomalies have plagued the system since it begun forcing a second extension in the deadline this year.

The government has assured all is being done to fix the problem.

The Ghana Museums and Monuments Board says it will be charged for causing financial loss to the state if it goes ahead to give a share of proceeds realized from the Cape Coast and Elmina castles to the Traditional Councils of these respective areas.

It is therefore advising Chiefs and people of the Oguaa and Elmina Traditional areas to seek parliamentary approval if they want to be given a share of proceeds realized from the castles.

Patients can now access Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) services at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH) following the repair of the MRI machine which broke down some weeks ago.

Computerised Tomography (CT) scan services are still unavailable as the machine is currently undergoing technical servicing.